Birthday:April 3, 1958
Alec Baldwin is an American actor, comedian, and producer from Long Island. Baldwin has three other brothers who are also actors. After high school he studied the Arts in New York and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. He had his television debut in 1980 acting in NBC’s The Doctors. He also appeared in Cutter to Houston before rising to prominence with his starring role in Knots Landing in 1994. His first movie appearance was in the 1987 film Forever Lulu. He later appeared in major films such as Pearl Harbor, It’s Complicated, and Still Alice. Baldwin has many awards behind his name including 1 Individual Achievement Award in Comedy, 1 Satellite Award, and 1 Golden Globe Award.